|Birth: ||Jun. 9, 1937|
|Death: ||Jan. 15, 1966|
Andy was tragically killed in auto train collision in 1966 at the tender age of 28. He is the youngest of 3 boys, Clearance, Larry and then you. Your mother was Berneice Covey and your Dad was Andy B. Sr.
You left behind 2 little girls, Malinda and Kimette.
I'm suppose to write your bio, but you were taken away from me at the age of 5, I remember your funeral, the 21 gun salute, and seeing you put to rest. I was given your dog tags after many years, Just knowing I have a little piece of you with me always.
Mom tells me all the time, (your just like your daddy!) I just laugh and tell her thank you, I have also been told that you loved to dance, well Dad, this little apple didn't fall to far from your tree, I dance everyday.
I was told that you were an extra in a couple of movies, the one I remember is, High School Confidential, you were in the dance seen. When I watch that movie I always try to find you.
I know you and Malinda are in the heavens having a great time watching over all of us,
Daddy I just wanted to let you know that I am proud to be your daughter, I have your personality, your smile and some of your dancing abilities.
You are my HERO, my daddy!
I miss and love you every moment of everyday <3
I will always be your little pudgy!!
a very huge THANK YOU to BETH BAILEY, for sponsoring my dad, and bringing him to me, thank you Beth!
Andy B. Covey (1907 - 1982)
Berniece Elizabeth Crisp Covey (1916 - 1994)
Malinda Kay Covey Barnes (1960 - 2005)*
Note: ABH3, US Navy
Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
Plot: Section Y Site 943
Maintained by: kimette carpenter
Originally Created by: US Veterans Affairs Offi...
Record added: Feb 25, 2000
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